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World Record for Most Holes played in 24 hours:

Holes

Name(s)

Date

Course

# of Holes

City, ST

Course Length

Avg ft/hole

Holes/ hour

2900

Mike Sale

Sept 12-13, 2014

Tiki Course, The Blockhouse

18

Spotsylvania, VA

1535

85

120.8

1929

Dan Schnabel

June 22-23, 2014

Mont du Lac- Ace Run

8

Superior, WI

942

118

80.4

1638

Cody Miller

May 17-18, 2014

Bobby Ford Park

9

Richwood, TX

987

110

68.3

1620

Joe Duncan, Garry Murphy

May 3-4, 2014

Nims Park

18

Rock Falls, IL

2434

135

67.5

1310

Mike Sale

Feb 10-11, 2013

Isla Vista Peace

9

Santa Barbara, CA

1935

215

54.6

1305

Dan Schnabel

June 28-28, 2011

Voyageur Park

9

Pine City, MN

1756

195

54.4

1201

Tim Habenicht

April 9-10, 2011

Tommy and Sue Brown Park

6

North Richland Hills, TX

970

162

50.0

1152

Dan Thompson

April 9-10, 2011

West Kentucky 4-H Camp

9

Dawson Springs, KY

1576

175

48.0

1114

Lowe Bibby

Sept 18-19, 2010

Beth Schmidt Park

9

Elon, NC

~1350

~150

46.4

1035

Dan Schnabel,

Tom Schnabel, Joe Jensen

Aug 10-11, 2010

Wabun Picnic Area

9

Minneapolis, MN

1728

192

43.1

1002

Donovan Baker

June 24-25, 2010

Tommy and Sue Brown Park

6

North Richland Hills, TX

970

162

41.8

833

Dann Schultz, D.L. Redman

June 1985

Tourist Park

18

Cedar Falls, IA

3455

192

34.7


Most distinct holes played in 24 hours:  

1)     500 holes, by Dan Schnabel and Mike Sale on 6/30-7/1/2016 in the Twin Cities Area of MN (417 holes played during daylight hours, 83 during nighttime hours) ~ 40 courses

2)     380 holes, Alan Hansen Begg, on 6/22/2004, in the Twin Cities area of MN.  ~33 courses

3)     327 holes, John Kretzschmar, on 6/22/2004, in the Twin Cities area of MN

4)     306 holes, 2003, in the Twin Cities area of MN

5)     280 holes on 20 courses.  Justin McLuen (Clue), Steve Kenton (Special K), and Jason Neifert (Neif) played 20 different courses in one day on June 22, 2002.  Kansas City, MO.  7 courses were 9 holes, 3 were 12 holes, 9 were 18 holes, 1 was 19 holes.

6)     252 holes, on 16 courses. by Jerry Robbins, age 63, in Kansas City.  4 courses were 9 holes and 12 course were 18 holes.  A few courses were temporary.  (6/2002)

·   Most Consecutive Birdies in a Tournament: 27 deuces at Horizons Park in Winston-Salem, NC by Greg Williams.

·   Longest Ace:  Tournament (non-PDGA Sanctioned): 726 feet by Brent Bell -#18 Blue. At Diamond X, Montana - Big Sky State Games - July 20, 2002.  (Witnesses - Shane Acedo, Mel Matson, Brian Bjortomt and Chuck Sweeney.)

·   Longest PDGA tournament ace: (PDGA Sanctioned): 580ft by Cory Justice, Hole #27 DeLaveaga, 2000 Master’s Cup

·    Speed: 41 in 15:06 (mini optional) Barnett Short tees. By Gregg Hosfeld Orlando, FL, 2/13/01  [Time + Throws score = 56.1]

 See Gregg Hosfeld’s World Record page at http://www.frivolist.com/records.htm

 Throwing Records

·   Sidearm Distance Record: 518.24 ft (158m ), Scott Stokely, using a Discraft XS, 4/01

·   Roller Distance Record (non-turf): 3791.68 ft (1156m) by Randy Lahm, 4/01

·   Roller Distance (turf): 211.24 m, Christian Voigt (GER) 11/1/97, Malmö, SWE

·   Mini Disc Distance: 406.8 ft. (124.00 m) by Christian Voigt (GER), 4/01/01, El Mirage, CA

·   Foot Throw Distance: 42.38 m Kurt Karlsson (SWE) 11/21/98, Malmö, SWE

·   Distance to Canine Catch: 118.90 m Mark Molnar to Cheyenne-Ashley Whippet (USA), 10/12/94, Pasadena, CA

·   Non-Human Distance: Sea Lion: 9.76 m, Alex (USA), 12/5/96, St. Louis Zoo, MO

·   24 Hour Pair Distance: 367.94 miles (592.15 km), Conrad Damon & Pete Fust (USA), 4/24- 4/25/1993, San Marino, CA

·   Longest Time playing- Two Person Marathon: 126 hr 21 min, John Fischer & Rich Hannah (USA), 4/5/90-4/10/90, New London, CT

·   Group Marathon: Open: 1,198 hrs (49.91 days) Prince George's Community College Club (USA) 6/1/83-7/21/83 Largo, MD

·   Maximum Discs Aloft: (1 disc per person) 1,903, Hilton Head Inn (USA), 7/4/88, Hilton Head, SC

·   Highest Altitude Throw: 8,825 m, Christopher Pizzo (USA), 10/24/81 from Mt. Everest, NEPAL

 Maximum Time Aloft (MTA)

Ÿ   Open Men: 16.72 sec Don Cain (USA) 5/26/84 Philadelphia, PA

Ÿ   Women: 11.81 s Amy Bekken (USA) 8/1/91 Santa Cruz, CA

Ÿ   Mini Disc MTA: 9.92 sec Conrad Damon (USA) 9/27/97 Rohnert Park, CA

 Self Caught Flight (SCF)

Ÿ   Men: 166.19 (14.63s/85.72m) Niclas Bergehamn (SWE) 7/16/96 Uppsala, SWE

Ÿ   Women: 110.35 (10.49s/52.65m) Anni Kreml (USA) 8/20/94 FT. Collins, CO

 Guts

Speed Catch: 119.14 km/hr Tim Selinske catching Al Bonopane  (USA), 8/25/80, San Marino, CA

 

From WFDF Records at http://www.wfdf.org/index.php?page=records/index.htm

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